Value

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Shamelessly stolen from Live From Silver City who stole it from NewMexiKen.

Herewith, the value of my little blog:


My blog is worth $5,080.86.
How much is your blog worth?

The paltry $5k is FAR more than I would have thought given the venerable NewMexiKen’s blog is worth some $27K. He’s been at his blog for four years! (by the way, HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! That’s a huge accomplishment).

I’m also celebrating a milestone of sorts. The post this morning regarding the Bonds swat into the history books represented my 100th post. I started this crazy thing in March, on St. Paddy’s day, to be exact. It seems I should have racked up more posts by now…but oh well, I still consider 100 posts to be an accomplishment. The days of staring at the screen with rampant writer’s block surely account for some of the gaps.

And then there are times like today when I’ve written four posts in advance….who knows about the mind of a blogger?

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  • Natalie

    I always wonder if people who have ads on their blogs actually make money.
    My blog’s worth is only as good at the links.
    I’d rather have a check in the mail.
    I have no idea how that works and it actually annoys me when there are ads.
    Eh.
    I guess this is kinda like a public service announcement. I mean, how many other people know about biscochitos?
    ;)

  • Karen Fayeth

    You’d think the knowledge of biscochitos *alone* would up my worth!?!?!

    I guess Technorati figures this based on links to your blog? I guess? Hard to say.

    I thought it was siily and of course I envied Avelino’s vast value……:)

  • avelino

    Wow, congrats on the 100th post! And 5 Gs after just 5 months is not a bad return on investment!

    Keep it up — us former New Mexicans (well, in that we no longer live in the and of Enchantment) need to keep those still in the 505 honest.

  • Natalie

    Yeah, carne adovada and sopaipillas alone (it’s all about the food, dontcha know) should increase the value on this or that side of the I-40… Alas.

    It is all about the links. I now get more traffic and links to/from my APS website than Petroglyph.

    This indicates it is also a “need to know” basis.

    Tsk… so many lost opportunities ’cause I’m thinkin’ more people need to know more about the ol’ 505. But then, we’d have every yahoo and their muthatotheirbrutha movin’ here.

    It’s a double edged sword.

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